Hotel wedding venues in Yorkshire
Middlethorpe Hall & Spa - Tailor make the break of your choice
‘A cheerful, likeable hotel’, this William and Mary mansion stands in Italianate parkland, with easy access to the city centre.
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‘It’s the little touches’ that make the Downs family’s Victorian country house a ‘lovely, charming place’, confirm Guide readers in 2017.
The Coach House at Middleton Lodge
Horses and coaches once trundled up the tree-lined avenue to this former stables in Yorkshire countryside; today, James Allison’s ‘low-key, relaxing’ hotel attracts a rather smarter set.
Brocco on the Park
‘There’s a vibrant atmosphere’ at Tiina Carr’s ‘stylish, Scandi-chic’ hotel, in a ‘buzzy neighbourhood’ of shops and cafés.
Home to England’s oldest active convent, this unusual Grade I listed Georgian building by the medieval city wall also houses a café and good-value B&B accommodation.
The Durham Ox
Michael and Sasha Ibbotson carry on a 300-year history of hosting at this characterful country pub-with-rooms, on an ancient Celtic track-way to York.
In a Dales village on the River Ure, Charlotte and David Reilly have revamped this former Victorian school and headmaster’s house with panache.
Once a travellers’ inn, this Victorian house between Yarm and Thirsk is today a modern hotel liked for its ‘quirky accommodation’ and ‘delicious food’.
Wellies line the stone-flagged floor, a couple of stuffed pheasants take in the scene: an ‘oasis of calm’ overlooking the village duck pond, Jacquie Pern’s chic, rustic hotel on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors is a ‘really nice place to stay’.
From £120.00 per night
The Star Inn
In its ‘quiet village setting’ on the edge of the North York Moors, this 14th-century thatch-roofed inn looks pure chocolate box; as with all the best chocolate boxes, there is deliciousness within.
The Three Acres Inn & Restaurant
‘The food is worth the detour’ at this ‘friendly’ roadside drovers’ inn set ‘high on the hills’ near Huddersfield, with ‘tremendous views to all sides’.
Contemporary flair and classic English cuisine mix at this restaurant-with-rooms on the cobbled square of a Dales village.
Karen and John Clarke’s Georgian country house stands on a rustic lane outside the town, with views over the ruins of Easby Abbey from its large garden.